Courses that Count for WGS Credit

All WGS courses and the following courses are approved for WGS concentration credit and the WGS Secondary Field. Of the courses listed below, those offered at Harvard schools outside of FAS (e.g. Harvard Divinity School, the Graduate School of Design, etc.), require a FAS concentration credit petition in order to count towards a WGS concentration or secondary field. The FAS courses listed below do not require a petition. 

If you would like to petition to receive concentration credit for a course that is not listed below, please submit a copy of the syllabus with a completed petition to the WGS Director of Undergraduate Studies.  

Fall 2021

AFRAMER 134X How Sweet is it to be Loved By You: Black Love and the Emotional Politics of Respect (Morgan)
AFRAMER 183Y The Long Civil Rights Movement in American History (Pope)
AMSTDIES 201 Themes in American Studies (Reid-Pharr)
ANTHRO 1906 Care in Critical Times (Wright)
ANTHRO 2656 Feminist Science Studies (Jabloner)
ANTHRO 1707 Ethnic Studies, Anthropology, and the Transpacific Ethnography of Asian America (Garza)
CLASARCH 146 The Archaeology of Women and Gender in the Ancient World (Andrews)
ENGLISH 145A Jane Austen's Fiction and Fans (Lynch)
ENGLISH 197GR Gender and Representation (Carpio)
EXPOS 20 Expository Writing 20-Modern Love (Doherty)
EXPOS 20 Expository Writing 20-Telling Her Story: Narrative, Media, and #MeToo (Gold)
FOLKMYTH 177 Assertive Stitches: Domestic Arts and Public Conflict (Lufkin)
FRENCH 117 The Politics and Aesthetics of Mourning (Rodriguez)
FRENCH 180 "The Words to Say It": Women Writing in French from Colette to Satrapi (Jardine)
GENED 1041 How Did We Get Here? From Slavery to #MeToo (Chavers)
GENED 1130 Power to the People: Black Power, Radical Feminism, and Gay Liberation (Bronski) Counts for WGS history foundation
HIST-LIT 90EX Queer Latinx Borderlands (Conners)
HISTSCI 1780 Psychopathologies of Modern Life (Lunbeck)
MEDVLSTD 111 Sex, Love, and Marriage in the Middle Ages (Gilsdorf)
SOC-STD 98DX Topics in Feminist Political Thought (Forrester)
SOCIOL 1112 Men, Women, and Work (Brinton)
SPANSH 159 Trans* Literary and Cultural Production in the Americas (Sanchez Cruz)
TDM 181B Street Dance Activism: Embodying Liberation Through Somatic Practices and Rituals of Breath (Bell)
WGH 201 Reproductive Health, Rights, and Justice (Janiak)
WGH 211 Gender and Health: Introductory Perspectives (Charlton)
WOMGEN 3010A Supervised Reading and Research-GenderSci Lab. Part one of a two-part series. (Richardson) Counts for WGS 1400+

 

Spring 2022

AFRAMER 131Y Black Womens Voices in the #MeToo Era (Chavers) Counts for WGS history foundation
AFRAMER 215 Queer/ing Ethnography: A Practicum (Meiu)
AFVS 175L Queer (and Queering) Cinema (Lim)
CHNSLIT 141 Forbidden Romance and Modern China (Wang)
DEV 315M Working for Change: Understanding Gender in International Development (Matuszeski)
DPI 376M Queer Nation: LGBTQ Protest, Politics, and Policy in the United States (McCarthy)
ENGLISH 124SG Sex, Gender, and Shakespeare (Niles)
ENGLISH CWWR Writing Women: Workshop (Faludi)
EXPOS 20 Expository Writing 20-Modern Love (Doherty)
EXPOS 20 Expository Writing 20-Telling Her Story: Narrative, Media, and #MeToo (Gold)
FOLKMYTH 172 Quilts and Quiltmaking (Lufkin)
GENED 1022 Vision and Justice: The Art of Race and American Citizenship (Lewis)
GENED 1127 Gender and Science (Richardson)
GENED 1176 LGBT Literature, Politics and Identity (Schlossberg)
GHP 231 Sexual and Reproductive Health: A Global Perspective (Langer)
HEB 1310 Hormones and Behavior (Hooven)
HIST 97J "What is Family History?" (Kamensky) Counts for WGS history foundation
IGA 229 Gender, Sex and War (Gender and Public Policy Seminar) (Cohen)
PSY 1009 Psychology of Women (Noll)
SOCIOL 1058 Sex, Gender, Sexuality (Viterna)
SPANSH 178 Queer Latinidad: Race, Sexuality and Culture in the U.S. (Sanchez Cruz)
WGH 207 Advanced Topics in Women, Gender and Health (Katz-Wise)
WGH 210 Women, Gender and Health: Critical Issues in Mental Health (Boskey)
WGH 220 Sexuality and Public Health (Austin)
WGH 250 Embodying Gender: Public Health, Biology and the Body Politic (Krieger)
WOMGEN 3010A Supervised Reading and Research-GenderSci Lab. Part one of a two-part series. (Richardson) Counts for WGS 1400+